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How do you find out if IPS module is active on an ASA

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I am not an expert Cisco ASAs, but we have a Cisco ASA5520 and I just what to know what command I run to find out if the IPS module is activated on the ASA.
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From the ASA there is one command you can use show module, the output will look like below.

Mod Card Type                                    Model              Serial No.
--- -------------------------------------------- ------------------ -----------
  0 ASA 5520 Adaptive Security Appliance         ASA5520           xxxxxxxxx
  1 ASA 5500 Series Security Services Module-20  ASA-SSM-20        xxxxxxxxx

Mod MAC Address Range                 Hw Version   Fw Version   Sw Version
--- --------------------------------- ------------ ------------ ---------------
  0 xxxx.xxxxxxxx to xxxx.xxxx.xxxx  2.0          1.0(11)2     8.0(2)
  1 xxxx.xxxx.xxxxto xxxx.xxxx.xxxx  1.0          1.0(11)2     6.1(2)E3

Mod SSM Application Name           Status           SSM Application Version
--- ------------------------------ ---------------- --------------------------
  1 IPS                            Up               6.1(2)E3

Mod Status             Data Plane Status     Compatibility
--- ------------------ --------------------- -------------
  0 Up Sys             Not Applicable
  1 Up                 Up

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